Tuesday 12 November 2013

Good Old London Town

Hello Everyone,

Well can you believe we are in November and time again for another challenge at BunnyZoe.  This month the theme is Shabby Chic, woo hoooooo, one of my favourites.  Magnolia images, love these two, the vintage photo booth and London Tilda, two of my new favourites.  The paper is also by Magnolia 12x12 Hydrangea and double sided too.... I really enjoyed putting this together.  The telephone booth had a couple of cobble stones to the front so I drew lots more, making it look like a cobbled path.

I have also used the Magnolia Doohickey Paris Nights, love this old fashioned lamp.

You will also notice I have cut the butterflies out of the matching paper, this die is a new release from Noor Design, aren't they gorgeous, another new favourtie die.

The leaves were cut using a Marianne Design Swirls and Leaf die, all links at the bottom of the post.  If I've missed anything, just drop me an email, I'm always in a rush and quite often forget something.

The beautiful lace is from the Ribbon Girl.



Hugs Tracy
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Sara said...

Wow another stunner, I love all the beautiful details and layers you put in your cards it`s a real treat for the eyes, love the extended path too, it looks brill, hugs Sara xx

Jane said...

Ah the perfect theme for your card making style - awesome work as always my friend.

Anita Sæterdal said...

Your card are so lovley. Its allways a plasure to wisit your blogg.

Hug Anita

Kelly said...

Your card is full of luscious embellishing, I love it!! The cobblestone is so awesome, what a great idea and I think they should have made one. Yours really completes the scene! Gorgeous card tracy!
Have a great day,

Chrissy said...

This is just stunning Tracy...I love the phone box and gorgeous Tilda..wonderful colouring, and love all the details and design...gorgeous.


Anneke said...

wow, your card is stunning and the stamp from the telephone cel is so cute.
i bought them also last week.
perfect colored images and details.
greettings from Ann

Eulanda said...

Freakin phenomenal!!!!!

Nannieflash said...

Hi Tracy gorgeous card yet again, I wouldnt mind walking through the rain in that scene. hugs Shirleyxxx

Words and Pictures said...

What a beauty, Tracy! I love the hits of red dotted in amongst the frostiness, and glorious embellishing as ever.

Sorry to have been absent for so long. The huge house move (clearing and leaving the family home of 40 years) knocked me for six, and I'm only just starting to catch up with things I want to catch up with, as opposed to things I had to catch up with!!

Looking forward to a bit of browsing...
Alison xx

Elin said...

Gorgeous card sweety, love this motive! Its beyond cute XD Where did the old telephone booths go?!
Hugs Elin.

Anonymous said...

This is fabulous Tracey, I love your pathway and those flowers are stunning, another card to be treasured I'm sure
Hugs julie P

Unknown said...

So English! You get the feeling that Tilda is out walking the streets of London on the evening the first snow falls. As a Swede, I always giggle though when I see the Brits using umbrellas to protect themselves from the snow... :-) Sandy xx